Triton Tweets Now Available on Twitter


Follow the Bozeman Tritons on Twitter.  It’s Tweeter!
For Immediate Triton Training Updates & News
It’s Simpler – More Timely, More Concise, More Consistent

Why do so many people seem to like Twitter?  Simplicity has played an important role in Twitter’s success.  People are eager to connect with other people and Twitter makes that simple.  Twitter asks one question, “What are you doing?”  Answers (“tweets”) are under 140 characters in length and can be sent via mobile texting, instant message, or the web.

The Bozeman Tritons are now sending tweets and using the Twitter communication channel much more frequently, and more consistently, than email.  It’s quick, and allows us to instantly communicate with members and Twitter “followers” easily, via short mobile phone text messages.

The Club is using Twitter to alert members of training sessions, last minute changes, immediate Triton race results, quick hitting news, sound bites, etc.   These Triton Tweets efficiently provide members with a more timely stream of Triton news. 

Based on initial testing and use, Twitter will likely be the Triton’s primary communication tool.  It may be already.  It’s so simple.

Triton Tweets are now available for all Tritons, Twitter users and non-users alike.  For Twitter users, Triton Tweets are available as a text message on your mobile phone (check your rate plan!) and on your Twitter home page.  For Twitter non-users, tweets are available as a news-like feed on this blog and at

The Club recommends members joining the Twitter network (it’s VERY easy) and following the Tritons.  To stay absolutely current with Club news and activities, check Triton Tweets (and this blog!) frequently, not your inbox.  Click here to join Twitter today —  Enjoy!

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